About psychodynamic psychotherapy
Psychodynamic therapy is a form of conversation therapy that can help you get to know yourself better, so that you can understand and accept your own feelings and reactions. This becomes the starting point for your own personal growth and development. The therapy process also provides you with new tools to help you create the changes you would like to see in your life.
Psychotherapy was originally developed by Sigmund Freud as Psycho-analysis. In the course of time it has expanded and developed to include many different therapy methods and directions.
I am trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy. This type of therapy explores our experiences in earlier and current relationships with the people around us. It also looks at the mechanisms we develop to protect and defend ourselves, and how they influence the way in which we live our lives. I am particularly interested in how our early experiences and the contact we had with those around us when we were small, affect our adult life.
Psychodynamic psychotherapy concentrates equally on our strengths as on our weaknesses, and is just as much about affirming and supporting the best things in life, as it is about repairing the worst.
You can find out more about psychodynamic psychotherapy here: https://www.bpc.org.uk/about-psychotherapy
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